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From the Anthropomorphic, fedora and bowtie-clad singing starfish who hosts his own television variety show. He sings, swings, and slings slang like a Rat Pack era Frank Sinatra.  
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From the animated kids' show ''Oswald''. Anthropomorphic, fedora and bowtie-clad singing starfish who hosts his own television variety show. He sings, swings, and slings slang like a Rat Pack era Frank Sinatra.  
  
 
He gives a concert in Big City, and Oswald is last in line after holding places for his friends and doesn't get a ticket cause they're sold out. Then he helps a worker move a piano onto the stage and ends up playing for him.  
 
He gives a concert in Big City, and Oswald is last in line after holding places for his friends and doesn't get a ticket cause they're sold out. Then he helps a worker move a piano onto the stage and ends up playing for him.  
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[[The Bunny Quartet]] performed on his show. Performance not shown.
 
[[The Bunny Quartet]] performed on his show. Performance not shown.
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==External Links==
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*http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0293734/

Revision as of 12:51, 22 July 2010

From the animated kids' show Oswald. Anthropomorphic, fedora and bowtie-clad singing starfish who hosts his own television variety show. He sings, swings, and slings slang like a Rat Pack era Frank Sinatra.

He gives a concert in Big City, and Oswald is last in line after holding places for his friends and doesn't get a ticket cause they're sold out. Then he helps a worker move a piano onto the stage and ends up playing for him.

Sammy's drummer is a squid.

Madame Butterfly mentions one his songs, "What's New Kittycat."

The Bunny Quartet performed on his show. Performance not shown.

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